Is there a way to find out if my hubs have too many Amazon items grouped together?
As far as I can tell I have to click on the edit icon. I was wondering if in my settings there is a way to go through these without having to open and check each article.
Hi Pamela N Red. I don't think there's another way to do it. That was one of the frustrations expressed by hubbers when the change limiting ad capsules was implemented. But there's nothing we can do about it except to do one or two at a time until you can check them all. Opening and editing will show the Style Tip at the top right that tells you that there are too many.
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